At ScoreBig, you’ll save on every Queen ticket, every day. Plus with no fees and free shipping, we know you’ll score some awesome seats at a great price. The world lost a member of music royalty in 1991 when flamboyant Queen frontman Freddie Mercury passed away from complications with AIDS. Over the course of the band’s 20-year tenure, they released 16 studio albums, dozens of innovative music videos and a collection of arena-rock anthems—like “Another One Bites The Dust,” “We Will Rock You” and “Under Pressure”—each of which can still be heard playing during sports events all over the world. Plus, their influence, both musically and visually, can be felt in today’s crop of pop and rock artists. For example, Lady Gaga actually took her moniker from the Queen song “Radio Gaga.” (How cool is that?)
Lucky for fans, the band’s legacy didn’t stop in 1991. While guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor have continued to play together over the years, in 2013, the duo teamed up with former American Idol contestant (and vocal powerhouse) Adam Lambert for Queen version 2.0. In addition to touring the world with the new lineup, the band also plans to release a new album, Queen Forever, in late 2014. “It's not an easy feat," Lambert told RollingStone.com of his new frontman status. "I think a lot of the apprehension has faded because we've done this a number of times in the past couple of years. That's not to suggest I'm getting cocky at all, because I will never compare to Freddie Mercury. He's one in a million. At this point, I know how to strike a balance between honoring the way these songs were originally meant to be sung and my own instincts, my own choices.”
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